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[audio]Adhesion - Uncertainty1 - Adhesion
The 3rd album, 2nd Album-A-Day (crapart.spacebar.org/aad) and 1st Deaf Ear experiment from electronic musician Adhesion. This album was made entirely in software and according to the rules of both the album-a-day and the deaf ear AAD: all songs must be written and produced within a 24-hour period, and listening to any of the songs before the entire album is finished is forbidden. (However, some post-production mixing work was done to make the album not sound like crap.) The result is a mish-mas...
Keywords: Drum & Bass; Electronic; Techno; Down beat / Chill; Experimental; Full Album; Album-A-Day; Evil Residence Records; Deaf Ear
Downloads: 1,192
[audio]Apostles of Robespierre - You'll Never Take Me Alive - Apostles of Robespierre
You'll Never Take Me Alive is the debut release from Apostles of Robespierre, a collaboration between electronic musicians Adhesion and dotCommunism. Created in the latter quarter of 2004 with a software-based setup, this album is a collection of the various experiments that emerged when AOR began. Songs range from light-hearted and silly to dark and aggressive and from 10/8 Nixon electronica to ethereal downtempo...
Keywords: Ambient; Drum & Bass; Electronic; Breakbeat; Beyond Classification; Political; Full Album; House; Drum and Bass; Noise; Experimental; Ambient; experimental electronics; Breakbeat; Downtempo; electronic music; Industrial; Evil Residence Records; Apostles of Robespierre
Downloads: 6,645
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